The White House, fearing China is spying on phone calls, has suggested that the U.S. government take a primary role in marshaling the development of secure 5G networks. But would nationalizing 5G networks make them more secure?
Coincheck, a Tokyo-based exchange, says it suffered a hack attack that led to the theft of $530 million worth of XEM cryptocurrency from its hot wallet. But the developers of XEM say they are tagging all accounts that receive the stolen funds to stop it from being converted to cash.
In the wake of a ransomware attack that disrupted patient care services for hundreds of Allscripts' customers, a class action lawsuit has been filed against the cloud-based electronic health records vendor for allegedly "failing to secure its systems and data from cyberattacks."
How much does it cost to buy cybercrime-enabling products or services? Just $5 and up, security researchers say. Law enforcement agencies warn that small-time players as well as "serious and organized" crime rings are using cybercrime as a service to make illicit profits.
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: Ransomware crypto-locks customer data stored by a cloud-based service provider. Also, there's a move afoot to use blockchain technology to better protect people's personally identifiable information.
Deception technology can play an important role in intrusion detection because it can help track lateral movements of intruders, says Felix Mohan, CEO at CISO Cybersecurity, who clears up some myths about the technology.
As the internet of things plays a bigger role in many business sectors in Asia, the process of securing IoT must evolve, says Aseem Jakhar, co-founder and director of research and development at Payatu Technologies, a security services organization, who describes important steps to take.
Organizations in the Middle East and Central Asia are beginning to respond to the nuances of the evolving threat landscape in the region, says Tata Communication' Avinash Prasad in this exclusive interview.
Data broker Equifax has released a revised count of U.K. victims of its massive 2017 data breach, now saying 860,000 residents had their personal details exposed. The data broker is offering its own fraud-monitoring services to breach victims, provided they share their personal details.
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: Why some organizations with working backups still choose to pay a ransom after suffering a cryptolocking malware attack. Also featured: The U.S. government's push to bolster the private sector's "active defenses."
Intel says firmware updates it developed to help protect users against the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities have been causing not just older CPUs but also its newest processors - in both client devices and data center servers - to reboot much more frequently than they should.
Breaches tied to WannaCry and Petya, which affected about 48,000 computers in India, as well as other major breaches worldwide, are leading more Indian firms to purchase cyber insurance. But come companies still are concerned about the extent of coverage that's available.
Virtual currency that's been surging in value, stored in internet-connected banks and virtual "hot wallets": What could go wrong? The answer includes well over $175 million worth of stolen cryptocurrency and attacks that have been tied to North Korea's Lazarus Group.
BlackBerry mobile devices have become a rare sight. But drivers of Audi, GM and Mercedes vehicles may be using the company's embedded operating system in their cars, and with a new tool called Jarvis, BlackBerry is also making a play to secure the code used to drive autonomous vehicles.